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CIMS OF 2010 

T-WAVE 

VOIME XXIV 

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA 




Tulane 
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SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

Office of Admissions and Student Affairs 

November 1,2005 

Dear Applicant: 

We take great pleasure in informing you of your appointment to the first-year medical class at the Tulane 
University School of Medicine, to enter in August of 2006. We sincerely hope that you will accept our 
invitation to take your medical training at Tulane and look forward to having you join us. 

In order to reserve your place in the class, we must receive, within the next two weeks, written notification 
of your intent to accept our invitation. At any time between now and May 15, 2006, we must receive a 
check, payable to the Tulane Educational Fund, in the amount of $500; this deposit will be credited against 
your fu-st tuition billing. This deposit should indicate your final decision to attend Tulane University 
School of Medicine. We ask that should you decide not to attend Tulane, you inform us in writing so that 
we can maintain an accurate accounting of our class. 

We are sure you will understand that your appointment is contingent upon successful completion of the 
academic program in which you are currently enrolled, and maintenance of the level of academic 
performance that was part of the basis for your acceptance. A final transcript of your grades must be 
forwarded to this office as soon as your school year ends. 

You will be receiving additional information concerning summer programs, combined-degree programs, 
and other topics of interest as the year progresses. On behalf of the students, faculty, and adminisfration at 
Tulane, we bid you a most enthusiastic welcome. If we can be of service to you in any way, please feel 
fi-ee to call upon us. 



Sincerely yours. 




Marc J. Kahn, M.D. 
Associate Dean 




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Barbara S. Beckman, Ph.D. 
Assistant Dean 



Health Sciences Center 
1430 Tulane Ave. SL-67, New Orleans, LA 701 12 tel 504.988.5 1 87/ax 504.988.6462 www.tulane.edu 



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I swear by Apollo the physician, and Asclepius, and Hygieia and Panacea and 
all the gods and goddesses as my witnesses, that, according to my ability and 
judgement, I will keep this Oath and this contract: 

To hold him who taught me this art equally dear to me as my parents, to be a 
partner in life with him, and to fulfill his needs when required; to look upon 
his offspring as equals to my own siblings, and to teach them this art, if they 
shall wish to learn it, without fee or contract; and that by the set rules, lectures, 
and every other mode of instruction, I will impart a knowledge of the art to my 
own sons, and those of my teachers, and to students bound by this contract and 
having sworn this Oath to the law of medicine, but to no others. 

I will use those dietary regimens which will benefit my patients according to my 
greatest ability and judgement, and I will do no harm or injustice to them. 

I will not give a lethal drug to anyone if I am asked, nor will I advise such a plan; 
and similarly I will not give a woman a pessary to cause an abortion. 

In purity and according to divine law will I carry out my life and my art. 

I will not use the knife, even upon those suffering from stones, but I will leave 
this to those who are trained in this craft. 

Into whatever homes I go, I will enter them for the benefit of the sick, avoiding 
any voluntary act of impropriety or corruption, including the seduction of women 
or men, whether they are free men or slaves. ■ 

Whatever I see or hear in the lives of my patients, whether in connection with my 
professional practice or not, which ought not to be spoken of outside, I will keep 
secret, as considering all such things to be private. 

So long as I maintain this Oath faithfully and without corruption, may it he 
granted to mc ro partake of life fully and the practice of my art, gaining the 
respect of all mei) h )i- ;iil time. However, should I transgress this Oath and violate 
it, may the opposite be my fate. 

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In memory of Dr. Krishna C. Agrawal: Dr. Agrawal, Professor and Chairman of the 
Department of Pharmacology at Tulane Medical School, passed away Saturday 12"" 
of December, 2009, at the young age of 72. Dr. Agrawal's strong and revered 
presence and his kind and gentle guidance, will be missed by all. He was born in 
Kolkata, India in 1937. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Florida and did 
postdoctoral research at Yale Unive.sity where he was promoted to Associate 
Professorship in 1976. Later in the same year. Dr. Agrawal was recruited at Tulane, 
in the Department of Pharmacology, where he rose in reputation and academic 
rank and was appointed interim Chairman in 1996. In 1999 he was appointed as 
the Regents Professor and Chairman, and admirably and efficiently served that position for the 




last ten years. 




Back in the days : Dr. Agrawal (top, third from right) with 
Departmental Faculty and previous Chairman, Dr. Fisher. 
With first of many 'Owl Club' awards. 



Dr. Agrawal loved a good party with the faculty members 




Dr. Agrawal was responsible for 
numerous publications and grants that 
helped substantial developments 
towards HIV and cancer research. He 
published more than 125 peer-reviewed 
manuscripts, and authored a number of 
book chapters. He was awarded many 
research grants from the National 
Institute of Health (NIH), and the 
Department of Defense (DOD). He was 
the recipient of a number of awards 
including a special award from Mr. Jack 

Aron to establish "The Jane B. Aron 
Laboratory for Pharmacology" at Tulane. 

Dr. Agrawal was particularly 
devoted to his teaching. He was 
especially proud of the Master of 
Science Program in Pharmacology, which 
he co-founded in 1999. He directly 
oversaw the post doctoral training of 18 
individuals and graduated 15 doctoral 
students, many of whom now hold 
faculty positions at universities 
throughout the country. His work was 
recognized by invitations to participate 
and chair scientific sessions at numerous 
national and international conferences. 



Dr. Agrawal was highly respected in the local Indian community as well. His exemplary life was 
inspired by his loving wife, Mani, his children Sunil, Lina and Nira, and seven grandchildren. He was a loving 
husband, a wonderful father, and a dear friend to all. Tulane, and especially the Department of Pharmacology, 
'.vjfi always remember the tragedy that occurred on that rainy night in December. May his soul rest in peace. 



Tulane University 



In Memoriam 

Dr. Edward Newsome 



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Dr. Edward Newsome received his MD from the University of South Alabama where he also 

completed his residency in general surgery. Following his general surgery residency. Dr. Newsome 

went into private practice in general surgery and 

emergency medicine in Mississippi. In 1 996 he continued 

his graduate medical education in the Plastic Surgery 

Residency Program at Temple University Hospital in 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was certified by the 

American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American 

Board of Surgery. 

He joined the faculty at Tulane University School 

of Medicine in 1998 in the Department of Surgery, 

Section of Plastic Surgery. Ed developed a very active 

clinical practice and was respected for his surgical 

skill, dedication to excellence, and commitment to all 

patients. He had a special interest in reconstructive 

surgery, complex wounds, lower extremity salvage, 

skin cancer and melanoma. He was a Fellow of the 

American College of Surgeons, and a member of the 

American Society of Plastic Surgeons, American Board 

of Plastic Surgery, the American Association of Plastic Surgeons and the Association of Academic 

Chairmen of Plastic Surgery. In addition he was a member of several local organizations, including 

the Tulane Surgical Society, Orleans Parish Medical Society, New Orleans Surgical Society, and 

the Surgical Association of Louisiana. 

Ed had an unequaled commitment to the academic mission of Tulane University School of 
Medicine. He was devoted to surgical education. He worked tirelessly to establish a unified 
plostic surgery residency in southern Louisiana. In realizing his vision, he created one of the premier 
plastic surgery training programs in the country. By founding the unified plastic surgery residency, 
Ed was able to bring together plastic surgeons throughout the region, and from all the major 
training centers, allowing for greater cooperation and improved patient care. 

In the immediate aftermath of Katrina, Dr. Newsome worked both to provide patient care and to 
ensure that the Tulane residents and students continued to receive their education and training. 
His commitment to resident education gained him national recognition. He was named the Chief 
of the Division of Plastic Surgery and the Assistant Dean for Graduate Medical Education at Tulane 
in recognition of his leadership. In addition, he held the William Henderson Chair in surgery. 




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To our Classmates: 

As the yearbook committee, we've had the pleasure to sort through a lot of our memories. From tubing to Saints 
touchdowns, cadavers to clinics, and everything in between, we have seen the evidence that this has been an amazing 
four years. 

"We came to New Orleans not knowing what we would find. We have been a part of a city that has turned the 
lowest lows of hurricane devastation into the highest highs of a Saints Superbowl (WHO DAT!). Just as the city has 
changed, so too have we. 

Four years in labs, libraries, coffee shops, restaurants, and bars. Studying, volunteering, and having fun. All of these 
things have helped shaped us into the physicians we have finally become. We have learned not only to be doctors 
but also to be citizens of the community. 

We hope that this yearbook will serve as a reminder of all the experiences that we have shared. Whether it is in five 
months or fifty years, we hope you look back on these pages as treasured memories. 

Yours truly. 

The 2010 Wave Yearbook Committee 

Melanie Sheen, Kate Hust, Natalie Weil, David Aamodt, & Alex Carterson 








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up in New Orleans." I learned to live here, learned who I was and who I wanted to be.... 
New Orleans will always be a part of me -- it will always be my home. To all the people 
that make New Orleans home, thanks for the best 10 years of my life! 

"It has been said that a Scotchman has not seen the world until he has seen Edinburgh; 
and I think that I may say that on American has not seen the United States until he has 
seen Mardi-Gras in New Orleans." -- Mark Twain 




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Tulane University | 179 



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John Baber 

Robert Bacigalupi 

Christi Baker 

Shannon Barry 

Laura Bateman 

Todd Borenstein 

Jenny Buck 

Shannon Chang 

Jennifer Creedon 

Siu Ping Chin Feman 

Alex Fokin 

Sumiriia Ganji 

Andrea Germond 

Ryan Goff 

Ann Hansen 

Alan Hathcock 

Megan Henderson 

Lucius Howell 

Katerina Kimonis 

Lester Leung 

John Moscona 

Glenn Moulder 

Lena Omar 

Arvind Pandey 

Reinaldo Quevedo 

Renee Shiao 

Camille Stewart 

Joseph Tarsia 



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Layton Alldredge 

Juan Batlle 

Alison Bays 

John Roger Bell 

Chris Bowen 

Alex Carterson 

Dan Chen 

Lin-Chiang Phil Chou 

Geoffrey Cole 

Jon Cone 

Matt Delfino 

Mary Carter Denny 

Jen Creedon 

Nihal Godiwala 

Ryan Goldsmith 

David Grew 

Alan Hathcock 

Sarah Hathcock 

Lucius Howell 

Kate Hust 

Joe Insler 

Katerina Kimonis 

Lester Leung 

Arvind Pandey 

Sara Popkin 

Scott Ryals 

Ian Smithson 

Karin Soby 

Alex Sung 

Ruth Yemane 

Natalie Weil 

Joel Wells 



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Da\-id Aamodt 

Medicine-Preliminary 

UCSF Fresno California 

Fresno, CA 
Radiology' Diagnostic 

Ma\D Sdil of Grad Med Educ 

Rochester, MN 

O. La^ton Alldredge 
.\nesthesiology 

University- of Kansas SOM 
Kansas Cit\-, KS 

Casey Almonte 

Preliminars-Medicine 

Earl K. Long Medical Ctr 

Baton Rouge, \JK 
Radiology- Diagnostic 

Mt Sinai Medical Ctr. Miami 

Miami Beach. FL 

Amy Authement 

Physical Medicine &. Rehab 
LSU SOM New Orleans 
New Orleans, LA 

Jordan Awerbach 

Medicine-Pediatrics 

Duke University Medical Ctr 
Durham, NC 

John Barber 

General Surgery 
UCLA Medical Center 
Los Angeles, CA 

Robert Bacigalupi 

Medicine Prehm/Derm 
Tulane University' SOM 
New Orleans, LA 
Dermatolog>- 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Christi Baker 

Medicine-Prcliminar>' 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Shannon Barry 
Medicine-Preliminary 

Ochsncr Clinic Foundation 

New Orleans, LA 
Radio!()(»y-Diagnostic 

Baylor UnK'ersity Medical Ctr. 

Dallas, TX 



Laura Bateman 

Internal Medicine 

Ochsner Clinic Foundation 
New Orleans, LA 

Juan Batlle 

Medicine-Preliminary 

Tulane University SOM 

New Orleans, LA 
Ophthalmology 

Tulane University SOM 

New Orleans, LA 

Alison Bays 

Internal Medicine 
University Washington 
Affiliated Hospitals 
Seattle, WA 

John Bell 

Surgery-Preliminary 

Ochsner Clinic Foundation 

New Orleans, LA 
Urology 

Ochsner Clinic Foundation 

New Orleans, LA 

Jeanette Black 

Medicine-Preliminary 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Lara Bickford 

Emergency Medicine 

University Arizona/UPHK 
GME Consortium 
Tucson, AZ 

Todd Borenstein 

Orthopaedic Surgery 

Rhode Island Hosp/Brown U 
Providence, RI 

Jenny Buck 

Medicine-Preliminary 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 
Radiology-Diagnostic 
Stanford University Programs 
Stanford, CA 



Virginia Burke 

Emergency Medicine 
Yale New Haven Hospital 
New Haven, CT 

Rebecca Cantu 

Pediatrics 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Alexander Carterson 

Pathology' 

Beth Israel Deaconess 
Medical Ctr. 
Boston, MA 

Shannon Chang 

Internal Medicine 
Mt. Sinai Hospital 
New York, NY 

Daniel Chen 

Medicine-Primary 

Rhode Island Hospital/ 
Brown University 
Providence, RI 

Siu Ping Chin Feman 

Psychiatry 

Harvard Longwood Psychiatry 
Boston, MA 

Lin Chiang Chou 

General Surgery 

Eastern Virginia Med School 
Norfolk, VA 

Gregory Coffman 

Surgery-Preliminary 

Ochsner Clinic Foundation 
New Orleans, LA 

Geoffrey Cole 

Internal Medicine 

Naval Capital Consortium 
Bethesda, MD 

Jonathan Cone 

Family Medicine 

UIC/iilinoiN Masonic 
Family Medicine Residency 
Chicago, IL 



Jacques Courseault 

Phys Medicine &. Rehab 
LSU SOM New Orleans 
New Orleans, LA 

Anne Cowell 

Medicine-Pediatrics 

Yale New Haven Hospital 
New Haven, CT 

Jennifer Creedon 

Psychiatry 

Oregon Health &. Science U 
Portland, OR 

Lin Dang 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 
Earl K Long Medical Center 
Baton Rouge, LA 

Shaleah Dardar 

Peds/Psych/Child Psych 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Jason Deleon 

Family Medicine 

East Jefferson General Hospital 
Metairie, LA 

Matthew Delfino 

Family Medicine 

LSU SOM New Orleans 
New Orleans, LA 

Mary Denny 

Medicine-Preliminary 

Tulane University SOM 

New Orleans, LA 
Neurology 

Georgetown UnKei-sity Hospital 

Washington, DC 

Garo Der Parscghian 

Surgcry-Preliiiiinaiy 

U Hospitals of Clewland 

Cleveland, Oil 

Barbara Drew 

Surgery Research 

Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 



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Hannah Duggan 

Pediatrics 

Childrens Hospital 
Oakland, CA 

Sheena Duplantis 

Obstetrics-Gynecology 

Ochsner Clinic Foundation 
New Orleans, LA 

Kelly Erwin 

Psychiatry 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Andrew Esten 

Internal Medicine 

University Minnesota Med Sch 
Minneapolis, MN 

Ramsey Falconer 

Medicine-Preliminary 

Earl K Long Medical Center 

Baton Rouge, LA 
Neurology 

Georgetown University Hospital 

Washington, DC 

Sabeen Faruqui 

Research Fellowship 
Tulane University School of 
Public Health 
New Orleans, LA 

Katherine Fellman 

Emergency Medicine 
U Connecticut Health Ctr 
Farmington, CT 

Jude Fink 

Internal Medicine 
UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside 
Pittsburgh, PA 

Alex Fokin 

Orthopaedic Surgery 
Jackson Memorial Hospital 
Miami, FL 

France Fung 

Pediatrics 

Tulane Univiversity SOM 

New Orleans, LA 
Child Neurology 

Harvard/MGH/BWH 

Boston, MA 



Sumitha Ganji 

Internal Medicine 

Johns Hopkins Hospital 
Baltimore, MD 

Nels Gerhardt 
Emergency Medicine 

NYU School of Medicine 

New York, NY 

Andrea Germond 

Internal Medicine 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Patrick Gilbert 

Surgery-Preliminary 

Ochsner Clinic Foundation 

New Orleans, LA 
Radiology-Diagnostic 

U South Alabama Hosp 

Mobile, AL 

Timothy Glew 

Internal Medicine 
NYP Hosp-Weill Cornell 
Medical Center 
New York, NY 

Nihal Godiwala 

Pediatrics 
Yale-New Haven Hosp 
New Haven, CT 

Ryan Goff 

Transitional 

Riverside Regional Med Ctr 

Newport News, VA 
Radiology-Diagnostic 

Mayo Schl of Grad Med Educ 

Jacksonville, FL 

Ryan Goldsmith 

Medicine-Preliminary 

Tulane University SOM 

New Orleans, LA 
Anesthesiology 

U Horida COM Shands Hosp 

Gainesville, FL 

Brett Goodwin 

Internal Medicine 

Duke University Medical Ctr 
Durham, NO 



David Grew 

Medicine-Preliminary 

Tulane University SOM 

New Orleans, LA 
Radiation-Oncology 

NYU School Of Medicine 

New York, NY 

William Gunderson 

Internal Medicine 
Oregon Health & Science U 
Porland, OR 

Ann Hansen 

Orthopaedic Surgery 

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Med Ctr 
Lebanon, NH 

Robert Harvey 

Family Medicine/N Caddo 
LSUHSC-Shreveport 
Shreveport, LA 

Alan Hathcock 

General Surgery 
U California San Francisco 
San Francisco, CA 

Evan Hawkins 

Orthopaedic Surgery 

St. Lukes-Roosevelt Hospital 
New York, NY 

Megan Henderson 

Plastic Surgery 
SIU SOM & Affiliated Hosp 
Springfield, IL 

Lucius Howell 

Internal Medicine 

Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Brianne Hunter 

Obstetrics-Gynecology 
University Hospitals-Jackson 
Jackson, MS 

Anne Hust 

Internal Medicine 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 



Paul Ikemire 

General Surgery 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Joseph Insler 

Psychiatry 
St. Lukes-Roosevelt Hospital 
New York, NT 

Anne Jacob 

Internal Medicine 
Oregon Health & Science U 
Porland, OR 

Crystal Janani 

Medicine-Preliminary 

St. Lukes-Roosevelt Hospital 

New York, NY 
Neurology 

Georgetown University Hospital 

Washington, DC 

Rana KaleemuUah 

Pathology 

Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Joseph Kanter 

Emergency Medicine 
Yale-New Haven Hospital 
New Haven, CT 

Abdul Klian 

Anesthesiology 

LSUHSC-Shreveport 
Shreveport, LA 

Katerina Kimonis 

General Surgery 

Brigham &. Womens Hosp 
Boston, MA 

Jed Kinnick 

Pediatrics 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Kelly Lafaro 

General Surgery 
UC Irvine Medical Center 
Orange, CA 



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Lester Leung 

Medicine-Preliminary 

Boston Univ Medical Ctr 

Boston, MA 
Neurology' 

Beth Israel Deaconess Med Ctr 

Boston, MA 

Joshua Levy 

Otolaryngology 
Tulane Uni\'ersity SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Michael Lindley 

Internal Medicine 
Ochsner Clinic Foundation 
New Orleans, LA 

Zachary Lopater 

Transitional 

U Tennessee Graduate SOM 

Knoxville, TN 
Radiation-Oncology 

U Minnesota Med School 

Minneapolis, MN 

Colleen Mattel 

Anesthesiology 

Ochsner Clinic Foundation 
New Orleans, LA 

Amanda Martin 

Pathology 

University Rochester/Strong 
Memorial Hospital 
Rochester, NY 

Eva Mathews 

Psychiatry 

Harvard Longwood Psychiatry 
Boston, MA 

Jay McDonald 

Anesthesiology 

University Hospitals-Jackson 
Jaclcson, MS 

Jonathan Mcnachcm 
Internal Medicine 

Dukt University Med Crr 

Durham, NC 



Wayne Moldovan 

Neurology 

University of Colorado 
Denver, CO 

Sean Moore 

Psychiatry 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

John Moscona 

Internal Medicine 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Kevin Motamedi 

Otolaryngology 

Emory University SOM 
Adanta, GA 

Glenn Moulder 

Internal Medicine 
University of Virginia 
Charlottesville, VA 

Stuti Nagpal 

Pathology 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

John Nanfro 

Internal Medicine 
Kaiser Permanente 
Oakland, CA 

Trang Nguyen 

Internal Medicine 

Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Lena Omar 

Medicine-Preliminary 

Ochsner Clinic Foundation 

New Orleans, LA 
Radiology-Diagnostic 

Univ. Texas Southwestern 

Medical School 

I);ill;.s, TX 

Arvind Pandey 

Intcrij;il Medicine 
Johns Hopkins Hos|iir;il 
Baltimore, MD 



Lisa Parikh 

Internal Medicine 
NYU School Of Medicine 
New York, NY 

Montu Patel 

Medicine-Preliminary 

Baylor College of Medicine 

Houston,TX 
Radiology-Diagnostic 

Tulane University SOM 

New Orleans, LA 

Patrick Patten 

Family Medicine 

East Jefferson General Hosp 
Metairie, LA 

Rachel Pearline 

Internal Medicine 
NYU School Of Medicine 
New York, NY 

Mark Pease 

Pediatrics 

Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Mimi Phan 

Internal Medicine 

Baylor College of Medicine 
Houston, TX 

Tina Phillips 

Family Medicine 
University of Virginia, 
Charlottesville, VA 

Michael Pinsky 

Surg-Preliminary 

Tulane University SOM 

New Orleans, LA 
Urology 

Tulane University SOM 

New Orleans, LA 

Jason Polchinski 

Neurology 

Madigan Army Medical Or 
Tacom;i, WA 

Sara Popkin 

Psychiatry 

NYU School ()l Medieine 
New York, NY 



Reinaldo Quevedo 

Internal Medicine 

Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Krishna Raghavan 

Internal Medicine 

University of Chicago Med Ctr 
Chicago, IL 

Eiel Ragsdale 

Family Medicine/Wray 
North Colorado Med Ctr 
Greeley, CO 

Benjamin Rieff 

Transitional 

Providence Sacred Heart 

Medical Center 

Spokane, WA 
Anesthesiology 

University Utah Affiliated Hosp 

Salt Lake City, UT 

Allison Roberts 

Medicine Preliminary 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Scott Ryals 

Internal Medicine 
University Florida COM 
Shands Hospital 
Gainesville, FL 

Ramin Sadeghpour 

Surgery-Preliminary 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Sohale Sadeghpour 

Orthopaedic Surgery 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Matthew Scxter 

Family Medicine 

East Jefferson General Hosp 
Metairie, LA 

Reza Shams Pirzadeh 

Internal Medicine 
Washington Hospital Center 
Washinglon, DC 



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Sam Shamsnia 

Neurological Surgery 

U Nebraska At'filiated Hosp 
Omaha, NE 

Lauren Sharett 

Medicine-Preliminary 

Maricopa Medical Center 

Phoenix, AZ 
Neurology 

St. Joseph's Hospital 

Phoenix, AZ 

Melanie Sheen 

Internal Medicine 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Renee Shiao 

Internal Medicine 
University California 
San Francisco, CA 

Jay Shukla 

Internal Medicine 

Einstein/Beth Israel Med Ctr 
New York, NY 

Michelle Smith 

Medicine-Preliminary 

Tulane University SOM 

New Orleans, LA 
Physical Medicine & Rehab 

University Colorado SOM 

Aurora, CO 

Ian Smithson 

Orthopaedic Surgery 
U South Florida COM 
Tampa, FL 

Karin Soby 

Internal Medicine 
David Grant Medical 
Center/ UC Davis 
Travis AFB, CA 

Marshall Stein 

Surgery-Preliminary 

U of Texas Med School 
Houston, TX 
Urology 

University of Texas HSC 
Houston, TX 



Camille Stewart 

General Surgery 

University Colorado SOM 
Aurora, CO 

Jeffrey Stone 

Emergency Medicine 

George Washington University 
Washington, DC 

Alexander Sung 

Emergency Medicine 
LSU SOM New Orleans 
New Orleans, LA 

Sameer Syed 

Anesthesiology 

Ochsner Clinic Foundation 
New Orleans, LA 

Derek Tang 

Internal Medicine 
Temple University Hospital 
Philadelphia, PA 

Joseph Tarsia 

Medicine-Neurology 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Akanksha Thakur 

Psychiatry 
University New Mexico SOM 
Albuquerque, NM 

Mithu Tharayil 

Family Medicine 

University of California 
San Francisco, CA 

Christie Theriot 

Family Medicine 
North Mississippi Med Ctr 
Tupelo, MS 

Andre Tilton 

Family Medicine 

East Jefferson General Hosp 
Metairie, LA 

Jane Titterington 

Internal Medicine/Research Track 
Emory University SOM 
Atlanta, GA 



Anthony Tracey 

Surgery-Preliminary 

Tulane University SOM 

New Orleans, LA 
Urology 

Tulane University SOM 

New Orleans, LA 

Rahul Trikha 

Internal Medicine 

Baylor College of Medicine 
Houston, TX 

Mark Truxillo 

Emergency Medicine 
LSU SOM New Orleans 
New Orleans, LA 

Rene Turner 

Obstetrics-Gynecology 
Naval Medical Center 
Portsmouth, VA 

John Updike 

Internal Medicine 

Rhode Island Hospital/ 
Brown University 
Providence, RI 

Leo Verlander 

Family Medicine 

Alexandria Family Med Program 
Alexandria, LA 

Samantha Vizzini 

Anesthesiology 

Jackson Memorial Hospital 
Miami, FL 

Marshall Walker 

Surgery-Preliminary 

U Alabama Medical Ceter 
Birmingham, AL 

Ian Ward 

Internal Medicine 
SAUSHEC-Brooke Army 
Medical Center 
Ft. Sam Houston, TX 



Richard Watson 

Medicine-Preliminary 

Tulane University SOM 

New Orleans, LA 
Ophthalmology 

Tulane University SOM 

New Orleans, LA 

Natalie Weil 

Medicine-Preliminary 

St. Lukes-Roosevelt 

New York, NY 
Ophthalmology 

Tulane University SOM 

New Orleans, LA 

Joel Wells 

Ortho Surg/Harvard Combined 
Massachusetts General Hosp 
Boston, MA 

Megan Whelton 

Internal Medicine 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Travis Wilder 

General Surgery 

University California 
San Diego, CA 

Ruth Yemane 

Obstetrics-Gynecology 
U Southern California 
Los Angeles, CA 

Byron Young 

Psychiatry 

Long Island Jewish Med Ctr 
New Hyde Park, NY 

Samantha Zeringue 

Surgery-Preliminary 
Tulane University SOM 
New Orleans, LA 

Xin Zheng 

General Surgery 

Carillon Clinic-Virginia 
Tech Carilion SOM 
Roanoke, VA 



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Mark Kahn, M.D. 



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Ernest Sneed, M.D. 

Assistant Dean for Student Affairs 




N. Kevin Krane, M.D., FACP 

Vice Dean for Academic Affairs 




Barbara Beckman, Pii.D. 

Assistant Dean for Admissions 




Rondel Frank, M.A. 

Director and Registrar 



Tulane University 




Karen Joia 



Kim Melerine 





Melissa Riley 



Susanna Vargas 




Rev. Donald R Owens, Jr., Fli.D 

Chaplain 




Carol Terre 



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To all of our cbssmai^es not^q^iiPe readif Po 

leave Tulane 30M ■. 

CongraPi/tiaPioHs! '^oi^ figured iP oi^P... sticking around Tulane for a wliile longer means ifou get to 
spend waif more time Pairing hooiKsPore Preal\S wiPh Maris, and P hose of us graduaPing in 2010 
are all more Phan a I iPPIe Jealous. IP maif Pe hidden under a laifer ofe^ciPemenP aP gePPing Po laif 
eifes on Anderson Cooper or finallif finding ouP PhaP P=MD. PuP. resP assured, wearej'ealous...and 
we are going Po miss if ou...and Maris. 

In all seriousness, whaPever if our reasons matf Pe for noP graduaPing in 2010, ifou have Peen an 
irreplaceaPleparP of our class &{ medical school experience - wiPhouP ifouall, IP would noP have Peen 
Phe same amazing four ifears. Please hold down P he forP aP Tulane for all of us who came PogeP her 
circa 2006 wiPh an eife Poward learning aPouP life and medicine.../\eep PhaP spiriP alive 

We will miss If ou. huPwe wish if ou Phe verif PesP of luck in ifour life advenPures. furPher studies. 

and oPher endeavors! 
Tulane School of Medicine (qraduaPing Class of 2010 



Tulane University 




CongraMations. LaifPon! 

We are all so proud of ifour accomplishmerrt^s. 
We are eKCitedto have a docPor in Phe familif! 

Lots of love. 
Mike and Julie 
Chris andKfisPen 
JonandCourtneif 
L aura and Spencer 
And all P he kids! 



^a/ to go, La/ton! 'T'ho/^k^ -for- aJI 
yout /lard coor-i^i /ate. /lia/its and io^Q 
/no6^rS. A^e ha/e. ie./TJcye.cl taj(ina th'iS 

r-ide. a/o^Q uj'ith yoi^ o/id iook -Porcoaj-cl 
to t/i& Jout/i&y a/i&odl i^e /oVe. yo^ 
and at& Sg proud o-f you ! 

XOXOXO 

A^dndcXi OuJe./! O/^d An^a 





One of the great privileges of being a parent is to watch 
the milestones of your children. Along life's journey, Layton, 
you have becowe many things: son, brother husband, father 
and friend. We are proud of the vi^onderful ways you have 
developed in these Important capacities and associations. 
We love you and have enjoyed being part of the rich variety 
of your life. 

It has taken considerable dedication and effort but "Poctor 
of Medicine" is something which will forever be yours. 

Layton, Congratulations on this milestone! 

Love, 

Pad and Mom, Jonathan and Karlle, and Liz 



Thank ifOi^ i^o mij sons 
loshi^a James Pease. 
TimoPliif James Pease, and 
mif soi^l-maPe tlii^hePli 
Anne James for popping me 
Phroi^gh medical school. 

Mark Pease 



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Dearest Crystal, 

As we watched you grow and learn, we knew you would turn out to 
be special. We saw that great energy and enthusiasm in everything 
you did. Not only have you achieved lofty goals, but on top of that 
you are a truly wonderful, caring, and dedicated person. Ain't no 
stopping you now. Live your dreanns! 

Monn & Dad 




Tulaiie University 



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Dear Shaleah, 

Congratulations! We are so very 
proud of you. 

Mom, Danielle, and Cyntrell 




Dr. Fudge, Fu Fighter, AHO: 

What a trip... May your NOLA days be remembered as the 
Lagniappe they were intended to be. Don't go getting all fat- 
headed about things, but 
we stand proud to call you 
brother, AHO, son and 
friend. Do good work and 
the blessings will follow. 

Sinn Fein, 

N[Q, AHO # 1, AHO # 2, 

Rat, Broogins 




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Congratulations Sumitha! 

We ^vish you all the happiness in 
the -w^orld! 

Love, 

Mommy, Daddy, Sunil, and Choti 



Cheers to your Success 
Dr. Bri! 




Love, 
Janae 



Dr. Davie, we are soooo proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Steph. 




Tulane University 




To our daughter, Dr. Amanda Kimberly Martin: 

As our only child, you are truly our pride and joy. God Almighty in Heaven 
has truly smiled upon you and has blessed you to accomplish so much in 
the 25 years that you have been with us. Continue to believe in Him, and 
He will surely guide you into greener pastures. Always remember to be a 
blessing to others, and God will continue to take care of you. With God 
on your side, you have nothing to fear; we know that you will be a fine 
physician! May God continue to bless you and keep you on the straight and 
narrow path to Glory. 

"Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own 
understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. " 

(Proverbs 3:5-6) 

Love, 

Ycjur Parents 

Mr. and Mrs. Luke Martin, Jr. 



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what OM. oMtojzma jovwuey you luu^ bt^ea. ok! Fr&ppt the day you w-ere Itoyk (ofarvMS^, you 
covUd(i.'t cmui iuvtiiyour due date - you. kcui to arrivt fotw lireeia early to -maJce your aroMA 
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doe^ noiritop here - it only continues. We wish you both haj>plne^ and contvnu&d iucce:9i in 

yovir medical fraf^ion. THE DOCTOR. IS DEFINITELY IN! 

Love, 

VaA, M&rn,Jot, cmd CaMlK 




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FROM THEN TO NOW 

VOU'UE ALWAYS MADE 

OUR FAMILY PROUD. 

WE LOUE YOUl 

DADDY. MOMMY. 

LAURIE. WILL 




Dear Derek: 




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and happiness in all of your endeavors. 




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Tulone University 




KEVIN MOTAMEDI, MD 

On your major achievements in academics. 

You have learned the "language of medicine" and are ready to enter real life. 
You have filled our hearts with pride and joy. 

With your caring personality you will be an exemplary physician. We are 
confident you will make the same admirable decisions in your personal life. 



Best wishes on your new journey. 
Love always, 



DARIA, MOM and DAD 




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Congratulations Dr. Nihal Godiwala. 

with lots ol love and pride. 



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We are very proud of you. You are an 

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compassion and devotion, we l<now 

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We wish you the utmost success. 

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We are so proud of the man you have become 
and the future that will inevitably be yours. You 
have the world within your reach and the 
capability to succeed in every aspect of life. We 
could not have asked for a better son or 
brother. We love you and are honored to call 
you ours. 
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Your Flight through Life is sustained by the power of your 
knowledge. 

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toward even greater heights. 



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For all Ihc lonii niohts and (lavs, the time h finallv here. (Congratulations!!! 

Love, 

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the hest ofli^ck in their c^^reer choices. We have 
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l/l/e are very proud of you! 

Your accomplishment is a testimony to we can do All things through 

Christ that strengthens us. Now as you begin your journey as a MD, 

continue to keep God first and everything else will fall into place. 

Always remember that we are here for you no matter what. 

We send Special Thanks to the Lord for blessing us with a Beautiful, 

Loving Daughter and Sister, 



Love Always, 

Carl & Charlita Hunter, Carl Jr, Charniqua, 

Dominique, Donte', and Ivan 




Tulane University 



"DOCTOR" BRIANNE SHAVONE HUNTER 

FROM GOOD... TO BETTER... AND THE BEST IS YET TO COME!! 

YOUR PERSEVRANCE, COMMITMENT AND FAITH WERE THE KEY 
QUALITIES IN YOUR SUCCESS. 

PA' PA AND GRAMMY CONGRATULATE YOU IN YOUR RECENT 
ACHIEVEMENTS AND FUTURE ENDEAVORS. 

REMAIN STRONG, DEDICATED AND COURAGEOUS. 

AND, IF YOU EVER FEEL YOU'RE AT THE END OF YOUR ROPE, TIE A KNOT 

IN IT AND... HANG ON. 

FOR THE LORD YOUR GOD GOES WITH YOU; HE WILL NEVER LEAVE YOU 
NOR FORSAKE YOU". DEUTERONOMY 31:6 

WE PRAY GOD'S CONTINUED BLESSINGS FOR YOU. 

WITH PROUD HEARTS OF LOVE, 

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CongrapMkPms Sarah and Alan! 

Vou have successfyllij completed the first: sPeps in wliat will l?ecome a lifePime of service through the profession of medicine Intfou willh 
placed the sacred trust of all who come to ifou for i^our expertise and care. We /(now tfou will live up to that trust with wisdom, diligence leadership 
and compassion. 

Never lose ifour pass ion for learning and if our concern for others. All good servant leaders must l^e lifetime learners. 

Than/(i i^ou for letting us i'e a part of if our lives. We have the highest respect for the woman and man ifou have l^ecome iou set an example of 
excellence in all ifou do 

It has Ipeen a Hess ing and privilege tohaveifou, Sarah, as our daughter andifou Alan, as our son-in-law. Keep up the good work. We are verif 
proudofifou. 

With love 

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With your wisdom you are successful now and will 

continue to exceed. 

Congratulations Dr. Brianne Hunter! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

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Brianne, 

Desire is the key to motivation, 
but it's the determination and commitment 
to an unrelenting pursuit of your goal 
- a commitment to excellence - that will 
enable you to attain the success you seek. 



Congratulations Doctor 

and 

may GOD continue to bless you. 

Love, 

Shannon F. Rodgers 





You have been a great friend since we started 
this journey at Howard University 

1 years ago. 

We are so proud and inspired by 

all of your amazing accomplishments. 

We hope that GOD continues to bless 

and strengthen you to be 
the best doctor you are destined to be. 

Love Always, 
Kashley and Chiara 

AKA 

TaterTot and Cheezie 
Congrats Dr. Brianne S. Hunter 



Brianne, 

What is the recipe for successful achievement? To my mind there are just four essential ingredients: 

Choose a career you love... Give it the best there is in you... Seize 

your opportunities and be a member of the team. In no country 

but America, I believe, is it possible to fulfill all four of these 

requirements. 

Competition is a by-product of productive work, not its goal. A 
creative woman is motivated by the desire to achieve, not by the 
desire to beat others. 

Success is not measured by what you accomplish but by the 
opposition you have encountered, and the courage with which 
you have maintained the struggle against overwhelming odds. :y 

Congratulations and may GOD continue to give you the desires 
of your heart. 

Love, 

Your Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins 




Tulane University 




Dedication to mv Daughter 



To my daughter. I will always remember the doctor saying, "it's a Girl!" As I took you gently 
in my arms and looked at those ten toes and fingers, I was in amazement of what God had 
created. I beliexed the most important thing I did was to have you dedicated before the 
Lord. The pastor held you in his arms and lifted you up to the congregation and prayed. I 
remember the question he asked, "Will you promise to pray for her and lead her in the ways 
of righteousness, will you teach her of God and of the salvation given to her through the 
acceptance of Jesus Christ. Will you love her and care for her as God loves you". I cared for 
you, nurtured and watched you flourish. When you started to play outside, I taught you about 
safety. When you started school, 1 cried liked every other mother I know. When you came 
home from school upset and hurt about something, I reassured and comforted you. As you 
experienced the teenage years, our relationship began to change. I remember sitting with you 
and telling you, "These will either be the Best years of our lives or the Worst". You challenged 
to make them the Best. Oh, it wasn't easy on your behalf or mine, but, God was there. My 
commitment as a mother remains. I will continue to pray without ceasing that God will direct 
your life, that you become the Woman God has called you to be and that you will follow the 
paths he has chosen for you. From diapers-to cars-to jobs-to your future. I'm So Proud of all 
the Joy in life you haven given me! You are truly a blessing and the greatest gift God could 
have given me, walk in the light of God's word, hold on to the truths you have learned and 
go... .begin your life anew. Remember, 1 will always be here for you... .but most importantly, 
when we're not together, God will be your guide. God Bless you, I love you my Daughter. 



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Brianne 

This is my prayer for you 

May GOD take all limits off you and your future endeavors. 

That there are no boundaries and your territory is ENLARGED. 

That you go forth with every confidence and ounce of courage knowing that 

GOD HAS ARMED YOU with wisdom and knowledge. 

May you know that you are the seed of Abraham and everything that 

pertains to you shall be blessed. 

I thank GOD for the anointing he placed on your hands, so that everything 

that you touch shall be healed, restored, and recovered. 

Congratulations Dr. Hunter!!! 

I am so very proud of you and happy to be apart of the promise that GOD 

has placed inside of you. 

I Love You 
Auntie Sandra 




Tulane University 



CONGRATULATIONS 



BRIANNE HUNTER, MD! 

You did it! 
You have persevered with patience and dedication in pursuit to change dreams into goals. 

You did it! 
We wish you much success as you enter into your career as a physician. 

You did it! 
Dreams have proven to be the keys that can unlock any door to our future. 

You did it! 



Sincerely, 
The MHERE Staff 

ALMA ALLEN 

CAROLYN ANDERSON 

GILDA BARD 

DONNA BOWER 

RITA BROOKS 

VENTRISS BUTLER 

ANNA COLLINS 

HENRY CROUCH 

CATRICE DANIELS 

CRYSTAL DUPLESIS 

HENRY ELMORE 

ARIEL FRANCIS 

DR. E. FISCHER 

REBECCA GARDNER 

DEMETRIS GEORGE 

GLORIA HANDS 

DELORES HARDINGS 

MURRAY HENDERSON 

PATRICIA .JEFFERSON 

CONRAD JOHNSON 

NAKISHA JOHNSON 

CATHY JONES 

LANA JONES 

DAVID GATES 

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AYISHEYA PERKINS 

JOSEPI I ROUX 

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Brianne Hunter, MD 

EXCELLENCE WAS NEVER AN ACT FOR 

YOU BUT A HABIT! 

YOUR ARE HERE BECA USE YOU 

BELIEVED IN THE POSSIBILITIES 

SO SA VOR AND EAT YOUR PIECE OF 

THE AMERICAN PIE! 



THE DREAM IS REAL 



CONGRA TULA TIONS 



WE LOVE YOU! 




DJUAN BROWN AND JULES BROWN 




I dirt 0L ye>i^f cii>l^ieven\etif4. y^t^ kove MOWn h he an 
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Congratulations to 
Ms. Brianne S. Hunter, M,D, 

on your Graduation!!! 
May the Light from Heaven Shine on you as you continue your Life 's journey 

el Love, 

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CONGRATULATIONS BRIANNE, 

MAY YOUR JOURNEY BE FILLED WITH PROSPERITY AND CONTINUED 
SUCCESS. WE WISH YOU MANY BLESSINGS. THE BEST IS YET TO COME. 



Sincerely, 
The MHERE Staff 

ALMA ALLEN 

CAROLYN ANDERSON 

GILDABARD 

DONNA BOWER 

RITA BROOKS 

VENTRISS BUTLER 

ANNA COLLINS 

HENRY CROUCH 

CATRICE DANIELS 

CRYSTAL DUPLESIS 

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ARIEL FRANCIS 

DR. E. FISCHER 

REBECCA GARDNER 

DEMETRIS GEORGE 

GLORIA HANDS 

DELORES HARDINGS 

MURRAY HENDERSON 

PATRICIA JEFFERSON 

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LANA JONES 

DAVID OATES 

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AYISHEYA PERKINS 

JOSEPH ROUX 

ELAINE SATCHEL 

CHARLOTTE SMITH 

LESLIE SMITH 

LORI SOBLOSKY 

BARBARA SPRIGGINS 

ANGELA THOMAS 

ARDIEL WASHINGTON 

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Reaching a goal that seems attainable but far requires patience, 

perseverance, and grace and with these qualities you have 

accomplished your goal and exceeded all expectations! 

Congratulations Dr. Brianne Shavone Hunter 




SINCERELY, 

THE MHERE STAFF 

ALMA ALLEN 

CAROLYN ANDERSON 

GILDA BARD 

DONNA BOWER 

RITA BROOKS 

VENTRISS BUTLER 

ANNA COLLINS 

HENRY CROUCH 

CATRICE DANIELS 

CRYSTAL DUPLESIS 

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ARIEL FRANCIS 

DR. E. FISCHER 

REBECCA GARDNER 

DEMETRIS GEORGE 

GLORIA HANDS 

DELORES HARDINGS 

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PATRICIA JEFFERSON 

CONRAD JOHNSON 

NAKISHA JOHNSON 

CATHY JONES 

LANA JONES 

DAVID OATES 

PAM PARKER 

AYISHEYA PERKINS 

JOSEPH ROUX 

ELAINE SATCHEL 

CHARLOTTE SMITH 

LESLIE SMITH 

LORI SOBLOSKY 

BARBARA SPRIGGINS 

ANGELA THOMAS 

ARDIEL WASHINGTON 

RENATTA WEATHERSPOON 



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